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This base isn't big enough for the both of us
This competition is open to anyone of any skill. It is designed so that people can get positive feedback from their peers in a direct way from any and all.
The theme of this contest is ‘ This base isn't big enough for the both of us ’
This is because the winner from the last round got to choose the theme.Closing date; 23:59 (GMT) 1st May 2009 Extension to 23:59 (GMT) 3rd May 2009Originally Posted by Lord Borak
People entering have one month in which to design, build and paint a single based model to the theme set. Members will be expected to post their pictures which will then be placed into a thread for voting. It is done so that people can improve their skills, and try out things. And purely for fun, there is no prize or anything, just the fun of it
1.) Models from any manufacturer are allowed, as are scratch built models.
2.) There is one month to each project.
3.) One base (any size) per entry... Multiple models permanently fixed to the single base are allowed. No armies on display boards though.
4.) Models painted within the time frame are looked upon favourably. (It is of course impossible for us to check). Please use this competition to come up with a new idea.
5.) Pictures can be no wider than 700 pixels (as per the normal LO rules).
6.) Maximum of two pictures can be posted. Single pictures of multiple views (montages) are allowed.
7.) The organisers of the competition have the right to refuse entry to any applicant if they feel it doesn't meet the criteria
8.) Voting. It is considered un-sportsmanlike to vote for yourself. You are voting on what you think is the most original, unique, clever conversion with the most groundbreaking painting techniques.
So just post your completed entries here before the deadline, and if you want you can post WIPs along the way.
Hopefully, with such a good turnout from the last round, there should be some wonderful entries to look forward to this time, again.
1. Is it too late to enter? No it isn’t until the deadline above is reached.
2. How do I enter? Just post a link to a photo of your mini in this thread, preferably it should follow the LO rules for such things, as it is a bit of a hassle for me to resize stuff and re-host it, but I can if you don’t know how.
3. The Prize?! Get to choose the next theme!? How does that work? You tell me and I post it up, but it should be inclusive and interesting. For all the other participants, your prize is experience and fun.
Last edited by Jon Quixote; April 27th, 2009 at 13:13.
Cervantes: In order to attain the impossible, one must attempt the absurd.
Hmm, i've got a couple of ideas for this. Which one i'll enter depends on how much time ill have sadly
Anyhow, goodluck to all participants
Borak, could you elaborate more on the theme? Is this no theme, or a duel thing?
Count me in Jon I have a pretty funny idea, lets hope I pull it off!
The theme is really up to how you interprit it. As long as you can say how it fits the name/theme then you're fine.
to much work for me ill give this one a miss, good luck guys
EDIT: that sounds so lazy. what I ment was I've got to much work on my painting table with my OOP marine army at the moment
Last edited by z_man280; April 1st, 2009 at 02:47.
Ok. I'll just "interprate" it as basing. I've got a nifty idea for a little guy whos name starts with an 'S' and end with a 'ninja ork'
Looks like its time to raid the bits box
Ill join in.
Theme will be, Loyalist or Radical
Any limitations on the bases we can use?
I'm assuming the large Character/MC base is the biggest we can use?
Last edited by ShotgunFacelift; April 3rd, 2009 at 07:28.
#25 - Relation to the original topic decreases with every single post.